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Sat, May 27th, 2017
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Fri May 26, 4:44PM CDT
Lean hogs ended the week with gains of 75 cents to $1.325 higher in the nearby contracts, as June gained 2.92% since last Friday. The CME Lean Hog Index for 5/24 was up another 18 cents to $76.25.The USDA pork carcass cutout value was 2 cents lower in the afternoon report, with an average of $90.28. The picnic, rib, and ham were all lower. The national base hog carcass price was 75 cents lower with a weighted average of $71.01. Prices in the WCB region was $1.12 lower, with the IA/MN region down 99 cents. WTD estimated FI hog slaughter through Saturday is 2.192 million head, 57,000 fewer than last week, and 8,000 head above the same time a year ago. Managed money added 15,195 contracts to their CFTC net long position of 48,750 contracts in Lean hog futures and options. Jun 17 Hogs closed at $81.825, up $0.875, Jul 17 Hogs closed at $81.900, up $1.325 Aug 17 Hogs closed at $81.300, up $0.750
Fri May 26, 4:44PM CDT
Live cattle futures finished the week $1.225 to $2.85 lower, coming off a bearish COF report. Feeder cattle futures were also down $3.525 to $4.30 on the day, as nearby August lost 2.33$ on the week. The CME feeder cattle index was up 80 cents on May 25, at $143.89.Wholesale beef prices were both lower in the Friday afternoon report, with choice boxes down 51 cents averaging $245.60, and select down 53 cents, with an average of $218.45. Most cash trade was in the $132-$132.50 range this week, $2-$3 lower than last week. Estimated FI slaughter including Saturday is 613,000 head, up 11,000 head from the previous week and 27,000 head larger than the same week last year. The Cattle on Feed report released Friday morning, showed COF for May increasing 1.99% yr/yr to 10.998 million head. Placements in April were reported at 11.06% larger than the same month in 2016 at 1.848 million head, with marketings 2.71 above last year at 1.703 million head. All were higher than most traders had been expecting. Jun 17 Cattle closed at $122.700, down $1.225, Aug 17 Cattle closed at $118.950, down $2.450, Oct 17 Cattle closed at $115.100, down $2.850, Aug 17 Feeder Cattle closed at $146.950, down $4.175 Sep 17 Feeder Cattle closed at $146.750, down $4.225 Oct 17 Feeder Cattle closed at $145.775, down $4.275
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